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Projects

Project ideas, trends, and tips for residential builders, remodelers, and architects serving the residential construction industry.


Telling a Story That Preserves the Past

Custom builder and historic restoration and preservation expert Brent Hull walks us through the careful details of his Pennsylvania Farmhouse project




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Construction

Building a Custom Wine Cube in an NYC Penthouse

An 11-foot wine cube enveloping a pantry is the stand out features of this customized West Chelsea penthouse

Case Studies

New Pandemic Task Force to Enhance Building Safety

A soon-to-be-appointed Pandemic Task Force seeks to strengthen the built environment in the face of disease-related threats

New Home

Hosting Multiple Generations for Generations to Come

Despite juggling numerous program and site considerations, architect Joel Wenzel designed a long-lasting, multi-generational retreat that nestles seamlessly into its bucolic surroundings

Custom Builder

Merging Ancient Construction With Modern Living

This vacation home pushes the boundaries of traditional log construction techniques and incorporates elegant details elevating this typically rustic building method

Custom Builder

Making a Custom Home Among the Redwoods

Designing a not-cramped-feeling, three-bedroom home on a tight lot surrounded by protected redwoods was no easy task. But through high ceilings, abundant glazing, and thoughtful spatial detailing, architect Heidi Richardson achieved the improbable. 

Projects

A Lakefront Dock That Embraces Indoor/Outdoor Living

This screened dock on Hog Pen Creek in Austin, Texas takes its design cues from the home's numerous indoor/outdoor living spaces

Architecture

A London Pub on the Lake

This custom home on Minnesota’s Lake Minnetonka incorporates the homeowners' love for London into its antique walnut bar

Projects

Out-of-the-Ordinary Pools

Two resort-style pools that push the boundaries of outdoor living

Design Details

Design Details: Above the Fray

In a densely populated Seattle neighbor­hood, two adjacent infill sites were developed: The Lookout and Shake Shacks

Projects

Traditional Architecture With A Twist

Historic house shapes merged with modern features satisfy a variety of client wish lists while making neighbors happy

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